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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 48.55% for Hicksville UFSD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the Hicksville UFSD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the Hicksville UFSD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to Hicksville UFSD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the Hicksville UFSD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

Hicksville UFSD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $124,645,008
  • Public School Enrollment: 5,254
  • Per Student Expense: $23,724

 

Hicksville UFSD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 2551
  • Additional Cost To Hicksville UFSD: $60,519,493
  • Corrected Budget: $185,164,501
  • Required Budget Increase: 48.55%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the Hicksville UFSD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 35.46% for Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $149,015,111
  • Public School Enrollment: 7,550
  • Per Student Expense: $19,737

 

Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 2677
  • Additional Cost To Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD: $52,836,219
  • Corrected Budget: $201,851,330
  • Required Budget Increase: 35.46%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 92.00% for Lawrence UFSD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the Lawrence UFSD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the Lawrence UFSD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to Lawrence UFSD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the Lawrence UFSD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

Lawrence UFSD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $93,000,598
  • Public School Enrollment: 2,950
  • Per Student Expense: $31,526

 

Lawrence UFSD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 2714
  • Additional Cost To Lawrence UFSD: $85,560,550
  • Corrected Budget: $178,561,148
  • Required Budget Increase: 92.00%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the Lawrence UFSD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 44.24% for South Huntington UFSD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the South Huntington UFSD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the South Huntington UFSD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to South Huntington UFSD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the South Huntington UFSD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

South Huntington UFSD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $147,663,875
  • Public School Enrollment: 6,200
  • Per Student Expense: $23,817

 

South Huntington UFSD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 2743
  • Additional Cost To South Huntington UFSD: $65,329,356
  • Corrected Budget: $212,993,231
  • Required Budget Increase: 44.24%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the South Huntington UFSD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 29.09% for New Rochelle City SD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the New Rochelle City SD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the New Rochelle City SD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to New Rochelle City SD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the New Rochelle City SD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

New Rochelle City SD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $239,482,030
  • Public School Enrollment: 11,138
  • Per Student Expense: $21,501

 

New Rochelle City SD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 3240
  • Additional Cost To New Rochelle City SD: $69,664,372
  • Corrected Budget: $309,146,402
  • Required Budget Increase: 29.09%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the New Rochelle City SD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 45.96% for White Plains City SD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the White Plains City SD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the White Plains City SD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to White Plains City SD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the White Plains City SD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

White Plains City SD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $193,400,000
  • Public School Enrollment: 7,167
  • Per Student Expense: $26,985

 

White Plains City SD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 3294
  • Additional Cost To White Plains City SD: $88,887,903
  • Corrected Budget: $282,287,903
  • Required Budget Increase: 45.96%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the White Plains City SD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 55.19% for Uniondale UFSD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the Uniondale UFSD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the Uniondale UFSD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to Uniondale UFSD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the Uniondale UFSD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

Uniondale UFSD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $166,121,187
  • Public School Enrollment: 6,548
  • Per Student Expense: $25,370

 

Uniondale UFSD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 3614
  • Additional Cost To Uniondale UFSD: $91,686,312
  • Corrected Budget: $257,807,499
  • Required Budget Increase: 55.19%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the Uniondale UFSD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 95.51% for Monroe-Woodbury CSD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the Monroe-Woodbury CSD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the Monroe-Woodbury CSD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to Monroe-Woodbury CSD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the Monroe-Woodbury CSD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

Monroe-Woodbury CSD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $153,536,304
  • Public School Enrollment: 7,124
  • Per Student Expense: $21,552

 

Monroe-Woodbury CSD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 6804
  • Additional Cost To Monroe-Woodbury CSD: $146,639,670
  • Corrected Budget: $300,175,974
  • Required Budget Increase: 95.51%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the Monroe-Woodbury CSD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 4637.80% for Kiryas Joel Village UFSD

 

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The NYSED website has identified the Kiryas Joel Village UFSD as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the Kiryas Joel Village UFSD area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to Kiryas Joel Village UFSD.

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the Kiryas Joel Village UFSD.

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

Kiryas Joel Village UFSD budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $23,107,806
  • Public School Enrollment: 164
  • Per Student Expense: $140,901

 

Kiryas Joel Village UFSD budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 7606
  • Additional Cost To Kiryas Joel Village UFSD: $1,071,694,954
  • Corrected Budget: $1,094,802,760
  • Required Budget Increase: 4637.80%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the Kiryas Joel Village UFSD or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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The Education Tax Credit may help avoid a school budget increase of 332.82% for East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley)

 

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The NYSED website has identified the East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley) as having non-public school students within its authority. Every non-public school student in the East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley) area represents a school budget savings because this district is required to provide a basic education to these students should they return to East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley).

 

Below are the 2013-2014 the budget savings that non-public school parents are providing every taxpayer in NYS and in the East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley).

 

NYS resident tax savings provided by non-public school parents:

 

  • NY Non-public school enrollment – 507,825 students
  • Median per student expense for NY public school education – $22,500
  • Value of education entitled to but not rendered – $11,452,469,400 (that number is in the billions)
  • Proposed tuition assistance via the Education Tax Credit for non-public parents – 1.0% return on the value of unclaimed mandatory services.

 

East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley) budget/enrollment with non-public school parents subsidizing the mandatory costs.

 

  • Proposed spending: $209,969,250
  • Public School Enrollment: 8,587
  • Per Student Expense: $24,452

 

East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley) budget reflecting all non-public students returning for their rights to a basic public education:

 

  • Non-Public School Enrollment: 28579
  • Additional Cost To East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley): $698,813,462
  • Corrected Budget: $908,782,712
  • Required Budget Increase: 332.82%

Whether or not the number above is large or small, there are non-public schools across NY state subsidizing your local property and state income taxes by an estimated $11.4 billion dollars.

 

If you live in or near this district and the non-public school closes, you may wish something more had been done.

Many of the operators of the non-public schools have said that they will be closing more schools unless something is done. There is a bill called the Education Tax Credit that offers non-public school parents a small tuition assistance program of $500 plus allowances for people to donate to scholarship funds for students. Neither portion of the proposal involves a reduction in funding to the East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley) or any other public schools. This small amount of help may prevent school budget increases of 4,638% for parents and taxpayers in other districts. Call your Albany representatives to find out where they stand.

All numbers based on freely available information at the NYSED website and assume that students without a non public option will return to the local public option.

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